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Billy Idol - Greatest Hits 1983-1994 download album
Performer: Billy Idol
Title: Greatest Hits 1983-1994
Style: Pop Rock
Genre: Rock
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Billy Idol - Greatest Hits 1983-1994 download album

The discography of Billy Idol, his solo recordings post-Generation X, consists of eight studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, one extended play, and 37 singles. Greatest Hits and Devil's Playground failed to chart in The Official UK Top 75 Albums Chart (published by Music Week), but did chart on the complete Top 200 UK Chart published by Charts+Plus (published mainly for music business statistics).

The album includes two additional tracks: a live recording of one of his most popular songs, "Rebel Yell" (this live version was recorded in 1993 and appeared as a b-side for the single "Speed" in 1994), plus a new version of Idol's longtime producer Keith Forsey's "Don't You (Forget About Me)"

BILLY IDOL Greatest Hits 1983-1994 CD German Import 17 track music free shipping. All in sweet condition. It was released on 10 November 1983, by Chrysalis Records. After the release of his 1981 eponymous debut album, Idol continued his collaboration with Keith Forsey and Steve Stevens.

Pub Jukebox Classics. so80s (So Eighties) Volume 4 - Pres. 2011 Le meilleur des hits de la New Wave. Twogether - 80's, Vol. 1. сборник. 2011 Le meilleur des hits des années 80. Essential: Car Classics.

Album, 1982, Chrysalis Records. Come on, Come on. 2. White Wedding Part 1. 3. Hot in the City. 5. Nobody's Business.

Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits is a compilation consisting of American country pop music singer, Patsy Cline's greatest hits. The album consists of Cline's biggest hits between 1957 and 1963. It is one of the biggest selling albums in the United States by any female country music artist. Patsy Cline's Greatest Hits was released four years after her death in 1967 by Decca Records, Cline's longtime record label and the one with whom she'd had the most hits  . The name Billy Idol was inspired by a school teacher's description of Broad as "idle". In an interview on 21 November 1983, Idol said the name "was a bit of a goof, but also part of the old English school of rock. Billy Fury and all that. It was a 'double thing' not just a poke at the superstar-like people.

1. Dancing with Myself (Billy Idol, Tony James) – 4:51 2. Hot in the City (Idol) – 3:33 3. White Wedding (Idol) – 4:13 4. Rebel Yell (Idol, Steve Stevens) – 4:47 5. Eyes Without a Face (Idol, Stevens) – 4:58 6. Flesh for Fantasy (Idol, Stevens) – 4:38 7. Catch My Fall (Idol) – 3:42 8. To Be a Lover (William Bell


1 Rebel Yell 4:48
2 Hot In The City 3:38
3 White Wedding 3:34
4 Eyes Without A Face 4:10
5 Catch My Fall 3:43
6 Mony Mony 4:09
7 To Be A Lover 3:53
8 Sweet Sixteen 4:14
9 Flesh For Fantasy 3:49
10 Don't Need A Gun 4:28
11 Dancing With Myself 3:23
12 Cradle Of Love 4:41
13 L.A. Woman 5:30
14 The Loveless 4:18
15 Shock To The System 3:34
16 Wasteland 4:34
17 Speed 5:22

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 199501 03277 1
  • Barcode (String): 0199501032771
  • Matrix / Runout: WH 19950103